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Cowgirl is the Most Dangerous Sex Position

Maximus Rex
Maximus Rex Pulchritudo in Conspectu RegisThe EmpreyanMembers Posts: 6,355 ✭✭✭✭✭
edited January 2015 in For The Grown & Sexy
Study Reveals The Safest And Most Dangerous Sex Positions In The World


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A new study has revealed, from a medical point of view, what are the world’s safest, and most dangerous sex positions.

Before revealing what the study found, having read the headline of this article, if you had to hazard a guess or make a wager, which position do think might be which?

Well, as far as this study, published in the journal Advances in Urology, is concerned, the most dangerous position is one of the most common in the world, and that position is with the woman on top. In fact, that position was deemed to be responsible for half of all 🤬 fractures which occur during intercourse, as recorded across three hospitals in Brazil.

According to scientists, this is down to the fact that in that position the woman controls the 🤬 with her entire body weight landing on it and is unable to interrupt it when it suffers something called a “wrong way 🤬 .” And no, a “wrong way 🤬 ” does not mean another orifice, in this case, for all of you who were trying to be smart, but rather when the 🤬 gets folded over or back when 🤬 .

According to the study, the position with the man behind his bent-over partner on hands and knees — think canine — accounts for 29 percent of 🤬 fractures, but which is the safest sex position for a man and a woman, according to the new study?

That would be the traditional position with the man on top, which accounts for the fewest 🤬 fractures of all the positions mentioned.

The researchers examined the cases of 44 men who attended three hospitals in the city of Campinas, Brazil, with a suspected fractured 🤬 over a 13-year period. Forty-two of the cases were confirmed by doctors.

Interestingly, 28 fractures were sustained during heterosexual intercourse, four during homosexual intercourse, six after “🤬 manipulation” and four in circumstances which remain unclear (sorry we don’t know what those “unclear circumstances” are).

For all the male readers out there who are cringing right about now, don’t worry, a broken 🤬 is extremely rare, even when rough coitus is involved.

The study concluded,

“Our study supports the fact that sexual intercourse with ‘woman on top’ is the potentially riskiest sexual position related to 🤬 fracture. When the man is controlling the movement, he has better chances of stopping the 🤬 energy in response to the pain related to the 🤬 harm, minimising it. [sic]”



  • King_MOEbra
    King_MOEbra Members Posts: 8,323 ✭✭✭✭✭
    If you have a semi 🤬 or if you feel hat you are gerting tired DONT DO THAT COWBOY position!!!

    Its safer at the begining of the act when your 🤬 is freshly hard.

    The same goes for rough sex...
  • Maximus Rex
    Maximus Rex Pulchritudo in Conspectu Regis The EmpreyanMembers Posts: 6,355 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited January 2015
    Mechanisms Predisposing 🤬 Fracture and Long-Term Outcomes on Erectile and Voiding Functions http://www.hindawi.com/journals/au/2014/768158/

    Leonardo O. Reis, Marcelo Cartapatti, Rafael Marmiroli, Eduardo Jeronimo de Oliveira Júnior, Ricardo Destro Saade, and Adriano Fregonesi

    School of Medical Sciences, University of Campinas (UNICAMP) and Pontifical Catholic University of Campinas (PUC), PUC-Campinas, Rua Tessália Vieira de Camargo 126, Cidade Universitária “Zeferino Vaz,” 13083-887 Campinas, SP, Brazil

    Received 13 February 2014; Accepted 30 March 2014; Published 13 April 2014

    Academic Editor: Miroslav L. Djordjevic

    Copyright © 2014 Leonardo O. Reis et al. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.


    Purpose. To determine the mechanisms predisposing 🤬 fracture as well as the rate of long-term 🤬 deformity and erectile and voiding functions. Methods. All fractures were repaired on an emergency basis via subcoronal incision and absorbable suture with simultaneous repair of eventual urethral lesion. Patients’ status before fracture and voiding and erectile functions at long term were assessed by periodic follow-up and phone call. Detailed history included cause, symptoms, and single-question self-report of erectile and voiding functions. Results. Among the 44 suspicious cases, 42 (95.4%) were confirmed, mean age was 34.5 years (range: 18–60), mean follow-up 59.3 months (range 9–155). Half presented the classical triad of audible 🤬 , detumescence, and pain. Heterosexual intercourse was the most common cause (28 patients, 66.7%), followed by 🤬 manipulation (6 patients, 14.3%), and homosexual intercourse (4 patients, 9.5%). “Woman on top” was the most common heterosexual position (, 50%), followed by “🤬 ” (, 28.6%). Four patients (9.5%) maintained the cause unclear. Six (14.3%) patients had urethral injury and two (4.8%) had erectile dysfunction, treated by 🤬 prosthesis and PDE-5i. No patient showed urethral fistula, voiding deterioration, 🤬 nodule/curve or pain. Conclusions. “Woman on top” was the potentially riskiest sexual position (50%). Immediate surgical treatment warrants long-term very low morbidity.

    1. Introduction

    🤬 fracture is a relatively uncommon clinical condition that frequently causes fear and embarrassment for the patient, hypothetically resulting in delayed search for medical assistance, which can lead to an impairment of sexual and voiding functions [1]. Its incidence and etiologies vary according to geographic region, sexual behavior, marital status, and culture.

    Considering that most studies are retrospective and based on patients’ records, information regarding the social dynamics surrounding 🤬 fracture is scarce in the literature, mainly concerning the most potentially risky sexual position. Kramer pioneering work demonstrated an association between 🤬 fracture and sexual intercourse under stressful situation, but no further information was provided [2].

    This study aims to dissect potential risk factors related to 🤬 fracture occurrence. Additionally, preoperative evaluation, surgical management, and its association with long-term sexual and voiding functions were evaluated.

    2. Patient and Methods

    Between January 2000 and March 2013, all patients that presented at three emergency hospitals responsible for most of the surgical emergencies in a metropolitan region consisting of over 3 million inhabitants (University of Campinas (UNICAMP), Pontifical Catholic University of Campinas (PUC), Campinas, and Mario Gatti Municipal Hospital (HMMG)) with clinical suspicion of 🤬 fracture were included in this study, following the best ethics criteria according to the local ethical committees.

    A surgeon at the emergency room first evaluated all patients, and a second evaluation by a urologist was a mandatory request.

    All data were collected from patients’ records of the three departments and by phone interview, considering the following aspects: detailed history including symptoms, type of relationship (homosexual/heterosexual), mechanism of trauma, sexual position (when applied), clinical findings at physical examination, imaging results (when requested by the clinical judgment of the urologist), presence of urethral injury, outcomes, and long-term complications regarding sexual and voiding functions. A single-question self-report of erectile and voiding functions was used for all cases with 2 possible answers: normal and abnormal.

    If urethral injury was suspected (urethral bleeding or urinary retention), evaluation by retrograde urethrogram was performed, without delaying surgical approach. Doppler Ultrasound was performed in patients with unclear history of trauma or poor clinical findings on physical examination.

    All patients were managed on an emergency basis by the urologist on duty via immediate subcoronal circumferential degloving incision. The defect of the tunica albuginea was closed by 3.0 polyglactin 910 sutures. In case of concomitant urethral lesion, the defect was repaired simultaneously by primary absorbable 4.0 polydioxanone (PDS) sutures and urethral catheterization for 10 days.

    Intraoperative findings were matched with imaging test, and the following aspects were considered: localization and size of rupture and presence or absence of urethral injury. Voiding and erectile functions were evaluated at long term by periodic follow-up and phone call. Patients’ status before 🤬 fracture was assessed retroactively.

    Forty-four patients were admitted at the three emergency centers with the suspicion of 🤬 fracture, of which 42 (95.45%) had the condition confirmed after clinical, radiological, and surgical evaluation. The mean age was 34.5 years (range: 18–60). Half of patients (, 50%) presented with the classical triad of an audible 🤬 followed by detumescence and pain. The presentation time of patients to the hospital after 🤬 fracture ranged from 0.5 to 6 hours. The mean follow-up after 🤬 trauma was 59.3 months (range: 9–155).

  • Maximus Rex
    Maximus Rex Pulchritudo in Conspectu Regis The EmpreyanMembers Posts: 6,355 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited January 2015
    3. Results

    Table 1 shows detailed clinical findings. Heterosexual intercourse was the most common cause of fracture (28 patients, 66.7%), followed by 🤬 manipulation (6 patients, 14.3%) and homosexual intercourse (4 patients, 9.5%). Four patients (9.5%) opted to maintain the cause unclear.

    Table 1: Patients characteristics.

    Regarding sexual position reported by man in heterosexual relationship (), “woman on top” was the most common situation associated, corresponding with 14 cases (50%), followed by “🤬 ” in 8 cases (28.6%). Six patients (21.4%) reported being on top at the moment of injury. Twenty-six (92.9%) patients reported vaginal 🤬 , and only 2 (7%) confirmed 🤬 🤬 .

    Regarding homosexual intercourses, half of the patients () reported being on top and the other half () had his partner on “🤬 ” position.

    Overall, sixteen patients (36.4%) had preoperative ultrasound, with a positive predictive value of 87.5%. The two cases of mismatch between the ultrasound image and intraoperative findings had a lesion smaller than 2 mm reported by the radiologist, which were not confirmed by surgery.

    Four (9.5%) tunica albuginea tears were bilateral with an overall mean size of 1.6 cm and six (14.3%) patients had urethral injury diagnosed intraoperatively, with 5 being previously confirmed with retrograde urethrogram due to urethral bleeding. There was no correlation between injury extension and mechanism (sexual position, etc.).

    At last follow-up, no patient showed urethral fistula, deterioration of voiding, 🤬 nodule, 🤬 pain during intercourse, or clinically significant 🤬 deviation. Only two (4.8%) patients had erectile dysfunction, one of them treated by 🤬 prosthesis and another with PDE-5 inhibitor, and four (9.5%) patients presented minimal 🤬 curvature without clinical impact, characterized as minor negligible curvature, not impairing 🤬 , usually <20°.

    4. Discussion

    The rupture of the tunica albuginea of the corpora cavernosa defines 🤬 fracture that occurs with the 🤬 in an erectile position. Diagnosis is made by history and clinical examination, and the classic triad of an audible “cracking” sound, followed by immediate detumescence and pain, is usually present. Although imaging may be required for better evaluation, usually it is unnecessary [3]. Urethral bleeding and voiding incapacity can be an alert to urethral injury and a retrograde urethrogram should promptly be requested to optimize treatment planning with simultaneous urethral repair during surgery [4].

    Due to its protected location and relative mobility, injuries to the flaccid 🤬 are scarce and with diverse mechanisms such as penetrating and degloving or amputation injuries to the flaccid 🤬 and are beyond the scopes of this study.

    The present study established for the first time in the literature the relation between sexual position and 🤬 fracture, shedding light on its potential impact on the risk increment. Kramer in 2011 published a case series of 16 patients with 🤬 fracture requiring surgery and an association between this clinical condition and sexual intercourse during stressful situations was verified [2]. In our report, we found it difficult to apply this information, mostly because a considerable number of patients preferred to keep obscure the circumstances involving the incident. Despite that, it was possible to verify that “woman on top” was the most frequent sexual position associated with 🤬 fracture.

    Our hypothesis is that when woman is on top she usually controls the movement with her entire body weight landing on the 🤬 🤬 , not being able to interrupt it when the 🤬 suffers a wrong way 🤬 , because the harm is usually minor in woman with no pain but major in the 🤬 . On the contrary, when the man is controlling the movement, he has better chances of stopping the 🤬 energy in response to the pain related to the 🤬 harm, minimizing it.

    It is also important to emphasize that about one-fourth of patients (, 23.8%) gave no details about the circumstances involved in 🤬 fracture: manipulation with no additional information was reported by 6 patients (14.3%) and 4 patients (9.5%) opted to maintain the cause unclear. This posture hinders the accurate understanding of factors surrounding 🤬 fracture, mainly potential predisposing mechanisms.

    Interestingly, while in Western society vaginal intercourse is the main cause, more than half of the reported 🤬 fractures in the Middle East, especially in Iran, are inflated by manual bending of the erected 🤬 to achieve detumescence due to cultural circumstances (i.e., forceful hiding of an 🤬 🤬 in underwear, known as Taghaandan practice, “breaking the Qholenj”) [5].

    Additionally, we showed excellent long-term outcomes in terms of maintenance of erectile and voiding functions, in a mean follow-up of 59.3 months (range: 9–155). Two patients reported erectile dysfunction, representing only 4.8% of cases, but only one needed surgical treatment, which is found similarly in the literature. Thus, our study supports that immediate surgical approach is the best treatment for clinically confirmed fractures compared to conservative management that can lead to erectile dysfunction in up to 50% of patients [6].

    The use of ultrasound (US) as a diagnosis method is controversial, since anamnesis followed by rigorous physical examination is sufficient in most of the cases that present with a typical history [7, 8]. However, in some cases, these findings are so subtle that diagnosis can become unclear. In one study, Beysel et al. noticed US inaccuracy of 15% of patients in a series of thirteen cases [9]. In the present study, we demonstrated the same accuracy, with only 2 false positive US results in 16 patients.

  • Maximus Rex
    Maximus Rex Pulchritudo in Conspectu Regis The EmpreyanMembers Posts: 6,355 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited January 2015
    We believe that immediate surgical correction is the best treatment and conservative posture is not an option in our centers. Actually, early surgery is the current standard of care because it accurately distinguishes false from true 🤬 fracture, speeds recovery, and results in a smaller scar of the tunica albuginea, lessening the chances of subsequent erectile dysfunction and deformity to far less than 5–10%, compared to over 50% of morbidity after conservative management [6, 10].

    If urethral injury is suspected, most authors advocate a preoperative retrograde urethrogram. Others advocate flexible cystoscopy in the operating room before inserting the Foley catheter [1]. It is our perception that surgical exploration is the gold standard to confirm and treat urethral injury and costly imaging methods should not delay surgical treatment in the acute setting. As corpus spongiosum injury almost always occurs at the same level of the corpora cavernosal injury, false negative results will ordinarily be recognized during early surgical exploration, avoiding the later urethral stricture.

    The current work is not free of limitations. Although data were prospectively assessed by periodic follow-up visits in addition to phone calls to complete eventually missed facts, the study holds the limitations of a retrospective analysis, sharing the drawbacks of most studies on the issue. Also, data regarding erectile and voiding functions were obtained by single-question self-report, which was limited to only 2 possible answers: normal and abnormal, not quantifying a possible dysfunction.

    Moreover, information concerning factors related to 🤬 fracture is always obtained by the story that patients tell their doctors. Given the intimacy and taboos of patients’ sexual life, while one-fourth preferred to omit details, many patients might have been imprecise about the real truth.

    Striving to improve data quality, future protocols should systematically inform patients about the importance of accurate information on the subject and also about the precautions to keep their intimacy uncovered aiming at more reliable data.

    5. Conclusions

    Our study supports the fact that sexual intercourse with “woman on top” is the potentially riskiest sexual position related to 🤬 fracture. Social dynamics surrounding 🤬 fracture is still obscure and patients should systematically be informed about the importance of accurate information. Immediate surgical exploration warrants very low morbidity at even long follow-up.

    Conflict of Interests

    The authors declare no conflict of interests.
  • Recaptimus_Prime360
    Recaptimus_Prime360 Earned my Masters and Ph.d in Phat Booty-ology Members Posts: 64,802 ✭✭✭✭✭
    @ bruh. Took me 4mins to scroll past all that.

    Anyway, i like the 🤬 position. Haven't had any issues other than them gettin too wet, and slippin out. Watchin a woman ride like that is a glorious sight.
  • Will Munny
    Will Munny Eatin pussy and kickin ass Members Posts: 30,199 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Yeah big girls don't get to do that bouncing 🤬 . If they wanna back into it and go back and forth I can deal with that, but no bouncing from big girls.

    I have hurt my 🤬 really bad pulling out to far and ramming it into her 🤬 bone. That 🤬 🤬 hurts.

    But still.... Rough sex >>>>>
  • MsSouthern
    MsSouthern Bunny Members, Moderators Posts: 21,791 Regulator
    🤬 is my fav

    Guess I like that dangerous life

  • KingFreeman
    KingFreeman Way UpMembers Posts: 13,731 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Worth it.
  • Shizlansky
    Shizlansky Members Posts: 35,095 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Muthafuckas don't know how 🤬 .

    🤬 ain't dangerous.
  • AP21
    AP21 Sion Guests, Members, Writer, Content Producer Posts: 17,743 ✭✭✭✭✭
    MsSouthern wrote: »
    🤬 is my fav

    Guess I like that dangerous life


    you cooking yet?
  • Trollio
    Trollio Trollololololololololol Members Posts: 25,817 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I remember I let this latina ride my 🤬 . 🤬 had no rhythm and rode me like she was moping with her 🤬
  • MsSouthern
    MsSouthern Bunny Members, Moderators Posts: 21,791 Regulator
    Copper wrote: »
    MsSouthern wrote: »
    🤬 is my fav

    nvm this image gave me nightmares

    Feel free to utilize the ignore button scrub
  • 1CK1S
    1CK1S Members Posts: 27,472 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited January 2015
    gnawledge wrote: »
    This one looks the most dangerous.


    tumblr_nggb5eAwOy1tt6jwmo7_250.png I'm gonna have to remember this one.

    *saves pic*
  • R.D.
    R.D. Members Posts: 20,156 ✭✭✭✭✭
    @ bruh. Took me 4mins to scroll past all that.

    Anyway, i like the 🤬 position. Haven't had any issues other than them gettin too wet, and slippin out. Watchin a woman ride like that is a glorious sight.

    Lmaoooooo chicken nugget
  • BigBallsNoWorries
    BigBallsNoWorries Members Posts: 5,461 ✭✭✭✭✭
    🤬 is amazing

    to see that ripple effect while she bouncing that ass up and down is like magic

    and on top of that, I don't have to be all intimate and look in the girls eyes and I can just watch that ass and txt other hoes to see what what they up to

    and while she can.............

    focus on her job lol
  • Lustchyld
    Lustchyld Members Posts: 987 ✭✭✭✭
    MsSouthern wrote: »
    🤬 is my fav

    Guess I like that dangerous life


    Hey girl ;)
  • Dr.Chemix
    Dr.Chemix Members Posts: 11,823 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Pounds of ass and if you built frail, shorty is going to 🤬 you up dropping that 🤬 on you like cement blocks.

    Love when a shorty drops it and then rolls on it.